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george h.w. bush said the following. >> president clinton was in the white house when mandela was elected president of south africa. clinton saying the following. >> former president jimmy carter paying tribute to nelson mandela saying, his passion for freedom and justice created new hope for generations that have impressed people worldwide. the president of the united states often referred to as the leader of the free world but yet you can see from the statements in each of these men, they were in awe of nelson mandela. >> and a simple beginning to life. when you look at the place where he is going to be buried and cnn will be taking you through the days of mourning, ten days of morning in sfrouth africa. he had the desire to be buried in his hometown. >> he is going home. >> yes, he is going home. >> we will continue to bring you the life of nelson mandela all morning. >>> now to another big story. >> the weather. when we come back, we are going to tell you about this deadly winter storm that is wreaking havoc across our country. hundreds of flights have already been canceled. roads are
for the global farewell to nelson mandela. george w bush and clinton and more planning to attend the services. so you've been outside nelson mandela's home over the course of the day and the night. what's the mood like? did you see today? >> reporter: it's 3:00 in the morning here, anderson, and as you can see from this makeshift memorial behind me, it's quiet here. it's -- there's a real sense of spirit and this is a bourbon street. the memorial you see behind me is a police barricade that has just been gardened with flowers and little candles flickering, very personal messages from people of all walks of life. they have literally come here throughout the last 27 hours since we hear he died and people have written pernl notes and left personal flowers out of their guardian and it's a sense of country. we spoke to one man out here who knew he was sick. he knew this was imminent but still can't quite believe that nelson mandela is gone. >> we've been learning more about the mourning period underway. what's the latest on the memorial and funeral plans? >> reporter: well, i think the key is is that
than the american dream and george w. bush warned about the soft bigotry and reynold regan said it's eroded by a rising tide of mediocrity. a global exam given to 15-year-old s showing them average in science and reading and below average in math. there were little or no gains in the last decade while other countries raced ahead of the united states. here to talk about it amanda riply author of the smartest kids in the world and how they got that way. this latest study is one of a continuing string of stud sdis that shows the u.s. educational system lacking behind the rest of the world. it doesn't seem like the u.s. is getting worse, just the rest of the world getting better. >> that's exactly right, anderson. this is very revealing. it shows we're walking around in one of those people movers going nowhere, the rest of the world, very many countries are on escalators. what this shows is it's not so much we've been doing anything differently but in a context everybody is playing to win, we are falling behind and we look at the difference between us and countries like south korea and
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